Dustin Lynch Opening up the show for Luke Bryan’s Kill The Lights Tour in Camden, NJ at the Sold Out BB&T Pavilion on Night 1 of 2 Sold Out Nights. Opening his very enthusiastic, energetic set with “To The Sky” off his second studio album, Where It’s At (which debuted at #1 on iTunes). The Nashville-born singer, then strapping on his Acoustic Taylor guitar topped with his signature look with his cowboy hat, tight jeans, and a tight t-shirt to go into “Halo” which had some of the tailgaters piling in from the parking lot singing along. The stage chemistry between Lynch and his band is definitely one of a kind — delivering a breathtaking performance every time. The amount of talent on the stage is absolutely incredible and I can see Lynch headlining arenas himself in no time. He kept the energy high throughout his entire set, dancing and rockin’ out on his acoustic guitar, and interacting with his band and giving the fans the attention they wanted by interacting with them throughout his entire performance. Dustin Lynch really knows how to work a crowd, it seems as though he is just a natural entertainer with his flawless voice just making it so much better. Then performing his hit, which reached #1 on the Billboard charts, “Cowboys and Angels” which inspired a sing along with the entire crowd. Warming up the very anxious for Luke Bryan crowd, with another single that topped the charts, “Where It’s At.” As the lights turned a very vibrant red the first few chords of his newest single “Seein Red” began to play the fans began to scream as they belted the lyrics right back to Lynch. This new song “Seein Red” is guaranteed to be his forth consecutive #1 single cause the fans love it and it is a very catchy tune that is assured to conquer Country Music Radio Stations near you soon, if not already. Wearing a smile the entire time on stage, Lynch frequently thanking the audience for helping him feel welcome to their town and for singing along. Ending out his unfortunately short set (due to him being the opening act on this run he only got to play a 7 song set which lasted approximately 30 minutes) with hits like “Mind Reader” & of course the hit that made his career launch into Country stardom “One Hell Of Night.” If you have a chance to catch the Kill The Lights Tour in your city this year or any upcoming Dustin Lynch shows, he is a must see, do not miss country artist to see. So make sure to get to the show early as Dustin Lynch plays first, trust me you will not be disappointed but you will have a new country artist obsession to add to your playlists.
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